Fri, August 29, 2014
There are 66 days remaining until Election Day – that’s less than 10 weeks for United Way and its Pre-K for PA partners to ensure all candidates for Pennsylvania governor and state legislature make high-quality pre-k a priority.
Tue, August 26, 2014
We analyze NJ Kids Count datato help us make strategic investments that address the local needs of our children and families in Burlington County.
Fri, August 22, 2014
United Way is committed to helping students get back on track each year by intervening during these critical middle school years to ensure more students graduate and continue on to a bright and productive future.
Wed, August 20, 2014
With September on the horizon and the new school year underway in just a few short weeks, the days continue to wind down and our time is limited in making high-quality pre-k in Pennsylvania a priority issue in the November statewide elections.
Fri, August 15, 2014
High-quality pre-k is proven to significantly improve children’s early literacy and language skills as they enter kindergarten. And we are proud to join with our Pre-K for PA campaign partners to advocate for more public funding for high-quality early education.
Fri, August 08, 2014
p>With the help of 400 corporate volunteers and our generous sponsors, UWGPSNJ and Cradles to Crayons hosted a backpack stuffing event at Lincoln Financial Field that will provide 22,000 students with the school supplies they need to succeed.
Wed, August 06, 2014
We are less than 100 days from Election Day on November 4, which means now is the time to make high-quality pre-k a priority issue in the elections for governor and state legislature.
Mon, July 28, 2014
Pennsylvania can and must do more to increase access to pre-k while maintaining the quality of our programs. But you are likely asking – how do we achieve this? What exactly is high-quality pre-k?
Wed, July 23, 2014
We have teamed up with North Penn United Way and Creative Health Services to help children and youth struggling with homelessness in the Pottstown area, paving a path to success for all students regardless of economic background.
Fri, July 11, 2014
From Maryland and West Virginia to New York and New Jersey, our neighbors have made a greater commitment to providing high-quality pre-kindergarten to more of their children, while many of Pennsylvania’s children are falling behind.
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